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New Hampshire Democrats asserted their newly-acquired power at the State House on Wednesday by restoring a ban on guns and other deadly weapons on...

Gov. Chris Sununu stormed to re-election this year, sailing by with high approval ratings and economic goodwill. But his legislative track record...

Newly empowered Democrats are hoping to reverse two recent changes to New Hampshire’s election laws before either fully takes effect.One new law...

Legislators who wear their guns to work might have to stop the practice after the House rules committee recommended a rule change to stop members...

Gov. Chris Sununu came out swinging against the effort to legalize marijuana Friday, calling it one of the biggest policy fights for his...

A state lawmaker is looking to change the law that led to St. Paul’s School graduate Owen Labrie’s lone felony conviction three years ago that...

Supporters of death penalty repeal appear to have a veto-proof majority in the New Hampshire Senate this coming legislative session, easing the...

When Bill Gardner walked onto the House floor to accept his re-election as secretary of state, his challenger Colin Van Ostern, surrounded by...

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